Good beer and wine is a given in New Zealand, one of the world’s top wine producers.

New Zealand has 10 high-producing wine regions, with Auckland being one of the oldest wine regions in the country.

The Best Wineries in Auckland

If you’re looking to try some of New Zealand’s top quality wines, then we recommend you visit some of the top wineries in Auckland to learn about the production and taste of these world-famous wines.

West Brook Winery, Auckland

Westbrook Winery is a boutique family-owned winery, established in 1935, who have won multiple awards for their wines.

The West Brook cellar door looks across an idyllic duck pond and terraced picnic area with a lawn to row after row of Waimauku vines. It is a picturesque setting to sit and get to know one of West Brook’s award winning bottles of wine and a picnic lunch.

Waiheke Island

This stunning island not only offers breathtaking scenery and pristine beaches but also boasts a thriving wine region that has gained international recognition.

Church Road Winery, Hawke’s Bay

With a proud heritage dating back to 1897, Church Road Winery is one of the most acclaimed wineries in the area.

Hallertau Brewery, Auckland

Although not a winery, we have to include the Hallertau Brewery to showcase just how diverse New Zealand’s brewing scene is! We became major fans of micro-breweries whilst living in the US as they have so many great ones. You are usually guaranteed a flavourful beer.

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